Philippine Daily Inquirer15 Oct 2022By Vaughn Alviar @INQ_Property

 

Centro Verde Bayambang will embrace a suburban vibe, complementing the lush vegetation around it and celebrating the heritage of a town deeply-rooted in its colonial history.

The town of Bayambang in Pangasinan adds one more multipurpose vehicle to its fleet, enabling it to provide timely service to its constituents. This was after Sta. Lucia Land Inc. and its exclusive marketing arm, 1Premiere Land Marketing Co., donated a pickup truck to the local government unit.

Representatives from Sta. Lucia and 1Premiere awarded the vehicle on Oct. 3 at the Balon Bayambang Event Center. 1Premiere president Augustine C. Cayabyab Jr. and executive vice president Ellen A. Dimaculangan turned over the symbolic key to the brandnew vehicle to Bayambang Mayor Nina Jose-Quiambao. Right then, the parties also signed the deed of donation.

The vehicle, a Hilux Fleet 2.4L FX, was assigned to Barangay Bani led by Rodelito Bautista, village chief and concurrent president of the town’s Association of Barangay Captains.

Toyota’s Hilux is popular for its toughness and reliability. It works for both on- and off-road or city and country driving, and stands to the demands of industries like logistics, agriculture and construction. This variant, specifically, comfortably seats 15 people.

As such, it will be a helpful multipurpose vehicle for residents of Bani and, by extension, future dwellers of the much-awaited Sta. Lucia development here, Centro Verde Bayambang. It can be used for rescue, emergency, as well as other health response purposes.

Bani, which is just right outside the town center, will host the modern Spanish subdivision, bringing to the northern part of Luzon the quality that has long been associated with the trusted developer with more than 250 projects to its name.

Centro Verde Bayambang will embrace a suburban vibe, complementing the lush vegetation around it and celebrating the heritage of a town deeply-rooted in its colonial history.

While respecting the past, it will also bring homebuyers to the future through elevated standards in features and amenities. It boasts of a grand clubhouse, a basketball court and swimming pool of its own, and superb onsite development, including perimeter fences, cemented roads, curbs and gutters, streetlights, provisions for water and electricity, and an underground drainage system. An imposing pylon at the entrance introduces the village to passersby, making them wonder what it must be like to live in an exclusive and secure neighborhood.

The pomp isn’t the only thing that welcomes dwellers into a bright future.

Centro Verde Bayambang rises in a strategic location that is near economic activity and is ripe for investment. Just minutes away are some of the most reputable schools and hospitals in the region, as well as malls and grocery stores, food hubs and banks, even memorial parks, drugstores, civic spaces and local tourist destinations. In front of the Sta. Lucia project is the St. Vincent Ferrer Statue,

the tallest statue in the world made of bamboo. Expect more from this area once the big-ticket infrastructure projects in Luzon are completed.

Sta. Lucia wants to contribute to the realization of a more progressive Bayambang the way it has committed itself to the betterment of other host cities and municipalities. The developer and 1Premiere have made that intention known through this beneficial gift.

 

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